Last summer pudding

The end of the season is sweetened by English summer pudding which is made with berries which have now gone from our markets.

 

Summer Pudding

 

Butter a pudding bowl

Line it with slices of soft white bread, no crusts, so that there are no gaps

Gently heat berries of any kind with a little water.  Sweeten as desired.  Reserve some berries and juice

Fill the pudding bowl

Cover with slices of soft white bread so that there are no gaps

Weight with a plate or something

Leave in the refrigerator overnight

Slide a knife gently between pudding and bowl

Unmould the pudding gently  by turning it upside down onto a plate

Eat cold with the reserved  berries, juice and cream.

So  good.

 

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3 thoughts on “Last summer pudding

    1. Merci! C’est tres Anglais surtout qu’on le mange avec le CLOTTED CREAM. Je ne sais pas exactement comment le traduire en Francais: c’est les matieres grasses de la crème mais ce n’est pas ‘crème fraiche’. Absolutely delicious!

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